Drawing Made Easy: Dragons & Fantasy by Joana Contreras
By Joana Contreras
Drawing fire-breathing beasts and mysterious, magical creatures hasn't ever been quite a bit fun—or really easy! during this 64-page how-to-draw e-book, delusion artist Kythera of Anevern demonstrates find out how to draw dragons, fairies, ogres, merfolk, and every thing in among! Readers will become aware of in-depth counsel and methods for drawing textures similar to fur, hair, scales, and the teeth, in addition to positive factors like tails, wings, talons, hooves, and horns. With a wealth of fanciful drawings and in-depth guideline on re-creating striking creatures in graphite, this booklet is perfect for a person who's enthusiastic about the wonderful.
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The artwork may be precise, but most often is quickly rendered in simple lines and scribble strokes. The handwriting may be the creator's worst scrawl; the ideas often come faster than the pen can move. Here, for the sake of legibility, I have continued to use the same printed journal notes seen in other chapters. The reference journal is meant to be close at hand, ever ready to record the inspirations, ideas, observations and inspiring insights beheld by its keeper. It is usually small enough to fit in a pocket or purse if the record keeper is active, or may be larger and stored at a frequently used location, such as a studio, laboratory, office or work station.
If it's texture, bold value contrasts or delicate details that catch my eye, I use pen and ink to develop, refine and finish the drawing. Some subjects demand color. Consider the brilliant hues of an autumn maple or a morning mist aglow in pastel peach. Neither subject would have the same eye-catching impact if reduced to black, gray and white. I depend on washes of watercolor to add the drama of color to my journal, as the subject dictates. Although journal pages do not stand up to wet-on-wet conditions and heavy-handed scrubbing, lightly layered wash applications work quite nicely and allow the artist to achieve a wide range of effects.
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